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Historic preservationists want to keep a new road to access the townsite. Environmentalists want it gone.
More than two years ago, Jakob Torres allegedly was speeding when his car slammed into a utility pole.
The opening comes with a warning: Fire danger will be high with the hot, dry conditions.
Emmanuel Perez shot his roommate seven times, according to prosecutors. He has pleaded not guilty.
Officers responded to a domestic violence call. The suspect reportedly shot himself at the end of a chase.
It could be from a previous season, scientists say, because males don’t typically emerge this early.
State inspectors noted a dozen “willful serious violations.” Allways Roofing says it will appeal.
Other officers and volunteers won’t stop searching for Charlie Cortez until they can bring closure for his family.
After 15 years, construction has begun, restoring connection to the Wild Sky and Blanca Lake.
When water is released from Culmback Dam, experienced paddlers descend on one of the area’s most unique runs.
The trio was brought to PAWS in Lynnwood, where they grew and learned to hunt. Then they were freed.
Charlie Cortez is presumed drowned. Very low tides during the day bring a new opportunity to find him.
Passersby heard a scream, then gunshots, coming from an apartment complex on Main Street.
Zachary Madding eluded authorities until police found evidence in the hotel room where he attacked his ex-girlfriend.
The new FlexEnergy program will help customers redirect their use of electricity to off-peak hours.
Police and fire crews helped a mother in distress, retrieving her 11 ducklings from a stormwater drain.
The state patrol suspects he was on drugs when he was arrested in Marysville. A toxicology test was pending.
He was preparing to flee the country on a boat, possibly to the Caribbean, police said.
The toxic wood preservative was once ubiquitous in Washington. On Camano, it threatens salmon.
Charges called a man the ‘Big Boss’ of a Mexican narcotics pipeline to Snohomish County. Then the case fell apart.